The Problem of Evil Today

God has provided the means for humanity to deal with evil:  Christ and His Church.  However, the biggest challenge that current believers face today is not the problem of evil, but that of a divided church.  How are believers going to come together as one?  I invite you to read the "Why ATS?" section of atsvirtual.org to see the mandate this movement is carrying for this century to become known as an apostolic one!  Christ builds His Church based upon the revelation given first to those  Twelve "Apostles of the Lamb."  They were given the "Keys of the Kingdom."  The keys speak to the revelation of the gospel of the Kingdom, and the giving of the keys speak to the stewardship of them, and the authority to use them for the advancement of Christ's Kingdom purpose.  Through the Church as Holy Nation, the gospel of Christ's reign and rule will come to the nations who will be called to bow to Christ as King.  As Christ continues to pour out His Spirit we see people coming to believe in him, but we have yet to see whole nations bow before him.  This is the purpose of Holy Nation, yet to be evident due to the current sub-normality of the church as we know it.  However, Gods Kingdom purpose of filling the earth with the glory of the sons (and daughters) of God, and making the enemies of Christ a footstool for his feet will be fulfilled.  The zeal of the Lord will accomplish this!  So, I encourage the reader to consider their role in light of God's Kingdom purpose on the earth as we pray together, "Thy Kingdom come; thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven."


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1. John Moses wrote:
Edmund Burke has said, "All it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing."
If we, good men, do nothing, then we stand condemned for cowardice when the world around us is perishing and souls hurtling into a lost eternity.
Today, leaders are least concerned about souls. They are largely preoccupied within the four walls of a building and raising an empire like they did in Genesis 11. There, they united for an "evil" purpose (make a name for themselves, much like today). Yet, we can unite for Kingdom purpose and see the glory of God return to the church and experience the supernatural manifestation of Kingdom power. This is the real deal. Where is the glory? The answer to this question will solve the problem of evil. When mankind sees the real thing, they will be supernaturally drawn to Christ. Leaders, are we paying the price for the glory to return? We are good men; let's unite and be one for the glory of God and for the advancement of his Kingdom. (There's a whole lot more to be said..."

Wed, August 17, 2016 @ 2:34 PM

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